You're probably more likely to see a floating body than waterfowl in the Los Angeles River. But things are improving.
The federal government declared it a "traditional navigable waterway" in 2010 and LA River Expeditions will take you for a boat trip this summer. The improvements haven't stopped an ... More >>
Update: Despite our afternoon note yesterday that the art had been taken down, we found one piece that's still up. Photo at the very bottom. First posted at 2:25 p.m. Thursday.
If you need help finding a hipster in downtown Los Angeles just spit and you'll hit one.
Just in case however, with tongu ... More >>
Man One and Vyal -- two of L.A.'s most respected graffiti artists -- got a slap in the face yesterday in exchange for beautifying a tagged-up brick wall downtown.
Last week, with the permission of Sun Buster Inc., a sunglasses shop at Winston and Los Angeles Street, the OG writers spent two days co ... More >>
In the wake of his much-publicized arrest yesterday for chalking outside a Chase Bank at 6th Street and Figueroa downtown, L.A. artist Alex Schaefer revealed details of a lengthy 12 hours spent inside a jail cell at the city's Metropolitan Detention Center Towers.
In Schaefer's sidewalk chalk drawi ... More >>
Update, 6:20 p.m.: According to a photo Tweeted by Esoteric Tours, the Skid Row Estates have been demolished. The art piece "looks to have been smashed in anger," writes the tour company.
Two downtown street artists -- Calder Greenwood and the mysterious "Wild Life" -- have been sticking it to The ... More >>
Much in the same vein as the paper-mache mannequins who recently sunbathed in an abandoned dirt plot at 1st and Broadway -- commentary on government-created blight in Los Angeles -- a family of deer has popped up in the deserted weed patch above the Metro stop at 4th and Hill.
We've contacted Calde ... More >>